So people will drool at handsome photos of him in BuzzFeed posts.
My friends all seemed to drool over churlish boy-band types.
I've heard Taylor drool about his pet guest—lady in black, strangled in attic by jealous husband.
The unfamiliar wetness at the corners of his mouth was drool.
Everybody does go batty that's high-brow and studies and all that drool.
And Maundering, Piffle and drool had long since cornered the romance market.
drool, old boy, drool all you like if it makes a difference.
His imagination gave it life, so that the obscene lips smirked, and almost seemed to drool.
Savory odors of cooking food wafted to his nostrils and made him drool.
Stewards, three days out, are not in the habit of falling in love with their charges (Maundering and drool notwithstanding).
To talk foolishly or stupidly; utter inanities (1900s+)